The City Council has set out its plans for the next 10 years as it continues to drive Coventry towards its place as a top 10 city.
We would like to inform you that from July 1 there will be changes to the registration and management of NQT assessments.
A new Executive Director for the People Directorate has been appointed.
The Lord Mayor, Councillor Michael Hammon, is asking all to come along and support the Armed Forces Day parade tomorrow (Saturday).
Two men were sentenced after pleading guilty to selling illegal foreign cigarettes, counterfeit tobacco and non-duty paid cigarettes.
Councillor Ed Ruane, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Young People has been meeting up with a new Coventry team who are working with agencies in the city and across the West Midlands to tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE).
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Local residents can still cut their energy bills by registering with the City Council’s money saving Switch and Save scheme.
The next phase of regeneration work around Coventry railway station is due to begin, with the demolition of The Rocket Public House on Warwick Road.
The Coventry Inspiration Book Awards Celebration Event will take place in St Mary’s Guildhall, 1-3pm on Friday 26 June.
Frank Beresford received a Good Citizen Award from the Lord Mayor yesterday (Tuesday), for his quick-thinking attitude that helped neighbours in his community.
As part of its continual service improvement, Coventry City Council has provided a more direct route for schools IT departments to be able to download Microsoft Updates for client workstations.
ICT Services have just published details of SIMS Training for the Autumn Term 2015.
Wednesday 16 September 2015, 9:30 – 15:30 St Mary’s Guildhall.
Festival organisers are delighted to announce that a Ceilidh dance, zip wire attraction and a climbing wall adventure have all been added to the family offer for festival goers next weekend.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet Member for regeneration is writing to David Cameron to invite the government to move to Coventry for six years – and save billions of pounds for taxpayers.
The Council is flying the Rainbow Flag to show its support for Coventry’s first ever Pride event taking place on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June at Fargo Village, Far Gosford Street.
Trading Standards Officers in Coventry have recently uncovered a hidden motorised lift being used to hide illegal tobacco which had been built into the solid floor of a local Coventry shop.
This summer Change4Life with Disney will return with the 10 Minute Shake Up campaign.
Week three of Coventry City Council's Summer Bands in the Park sees the Dene River Jazzmen playing in Spencer Park (near to the tennis courts) on Sunday 21 June and is FREE to attend.
Coventry City Council is providing training to more than 1000 taxi drivers to help in spotting the signs of and reporting child sexual exploitation.
The Shared Apprenticeship Scheme has achieved another positive outcome with apprentice Jagvinder Hayer who has successfully completed his framework.
HIV testing in Coventry is to become a routine part of registering with a GP at 10 surgeries across the city, which has the highest prevalence of the condition in the West Midlands.
Today (Thursday 18 June) is only 100 days until you can jump on your bike and ride Coventry city centre streets in the biggest traffic-free bike ride in the West Midlands.
Coventry’s Infant Feeding Team will be supporting mums and mums to be at relaxed, informal sessions in the city next week.
Coventry City Council’s Executive Director of People, Brian Walsh, says he is honoured and humbled to have been awarded an OBE in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Coventry Godiva Festival’s Sunday night line-up has now been confirmed.
Coventry’s rugby community has joined together to kick-off the final countdown to the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Less than 12 months in to the build of the new bridge at Whitley Junction, the first of the new slip roads adjacent to the Jaguar Land Rover site will be opened to traffic from 4am on Wednesday 17 June.
Week two of Coventry City Council's Summer Bands in the Park sees the Coventry Consortium Big Band playing in the rear garden of Allesley Hall on Sunday 14 June and is FREE to attend.